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  • Sitting quietly, making no effort, all is revealed: a vibrant, pulsing, formless happening, simply happening.
    Darryl Bailey
  • Even after awakening, you’re still you! You will not go through a miraculous change and have a complete transformation of your personality. Individuals that are normally sullen do not start running around smiling and laughing all the time. Neither does enlightenment mean that you won’t ever have troubles again. You still need to work, keep your job, and pay your bills. You still have car problems, and your children will get the flu. You could still be passed up for that promotion at work, and your partner may forget your birthday. Your friends will not look at you and say, “You look different today. Were you enlightened over the weekend?” Others will not necessarily recognize you as a special person, especially if they are your family and friends. You don’t become a special, higher being. In fact, it’s the opposite. You realize you are the same as everybody and everything else.
    Enza Vita
  • If we can recognize the ‘space’ that connects us, then there would not be any space between us.
    Rajiv Kapur
  • Realization is simply seeing things as they are without the overlay of imagination. Before 'awakening' things are as they are, and after 'awakening', the same. Only you, as the mind, drops the veils hiding reality. When this 'remembering' happens, (as you see that it was always already there), all that got imagined over time as life being something separate from you, gets to be reexamined and brought back home to the heart. This happens naturally and mysteriously. Why not see things as they are, right now? What are you waiting for? This is life's invitation. And you are life.
    Susanne Marie
  • The habit of always flowing out into thoughts, emotions and outer manifestation distract us from our natural self and the distractions seemingly cover this awareness. But all that it is happening is that attention has flown outward, chasing objects. In reality awareness has not gone anywhere. It is still the background, the perceiving of everything. Without awareness, you wouldn’t be aware of anything, including the distractions.
    Enza Vita
  • ​Love wears no face.
    Ananta Kranti
  • At the level of absolute truth, you are already enlightened, free, and complete. At the level of relative truth, you experience suffering because you haven’t yet realized this. Both truths apply. They are inseparable, two sides of one coin, and the goal is not to pick one or the other but to embrace both.
    Enza Vita
  • Kiran completely changed what I believed was possible in this life. No part of life is left in the shadows with her work. If you want real truth and freedom, delivered in the form of a badass, funny, and totally down-to-earth woman, I recommend Kiran to you with everything I’ve got.
    Kiran Trace
  • "“Love is not an exclusive relationship with another person; love is the quality that arises when we are in contact with our inner being, with our authentic self, with the meditative quality within, with the inner silence and emptiness. This inner emptiness is experienced by others and is expressed on the outside as love. This love is not addressed to a specific person; it is a presence and quality that surrounds a person like a fragrance.” - Swami Dhyan Giten, from the book The Language of Silence: From Darkness to Light (available at Lulu.com)
    Swami Dhyan Giten
  • As time goes on, understanding about the incredible depths of how Oneness is really everything deepens. It is the confusion, it is the murderer, it is the sublime beauty of a rainbow, it is all imagination, and it is stillness, pure reality where everything arises, out of. It is the pain body, and the resolution within.
    Susanne Marie
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